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believe. and we want to thank sean tai who prior to this has done the videos for the board meeting. and would you please come up to the podium? thank you. the health service board would like to thank sean tai the founder of zty media for his excellent service documenting health service board meeting since october 2010. we commend shane for his professional dedication and technical expertise. this creation of the hss youtube channel has provided meeting access to hss members, elected officials, news media, and others who could not attend in person. these recordings were also used to document requests and questions posed by the board and public comment. in addition to his work for hss, we would like to acknowledge sean's commitment to the oakland digital arts and literary center, a nonprofit that empowers students and small businesses in undeserved communities to succeed in the digital economy. we encourage sean tai and zty media to be among the vendors that bid on other digital video services proposals issued by health service system. the members of the health service board wish sea
by jews? announcer: please welcome, critically acclaimed actor, sean hayes! sean hayes: wow, so many amazing people here tonight. thank you for having me ellen, thank you for you having me, but you didn't have a choice. lily tomlin, i'm such a big fan of lily tomlin, what an honor to share a stage with such an icon. just when you thought we ran out of groundbreaking gay women tonight, poof, here i am. i uh, i'm absolutely thrilled to be here for what promises to be an exciting evening filled with celebration, reflection, admiration, judgment, flirting, arguments, breakups and finally reconciliation. and that's just me standing at the men's room next to jimmy kimmel. i'm here tonight as a friend of ellen and as a fellow member of the "jeopardy" category, "gay sitcom stars." when they, when they asked me to be a part of honoring ellen this evening, i was thrilled to learn she was still alive and present to receive the mark twain prize. i'm sure one day very soon, genetic technology and computer modeling will be able to tell us exactly who mark twain would want to win his prize. until t
the instruments had gone silent and a man rose up shyly alone and sang sean moss one of the singer's songs. beautiful country, i take you to by the black water screens of the beast the thrush and the black bird sings sweetly and the wild deer over the mountains branches with fruits and blossom the and hives with honey. and the corn creek lifts it's cries in the grass. [applause] >> your poem has a sense of place and you mentioned earlier the sensation of going to canada and what it felt like to be in that place in canada and in other opportunities to be in that land in ireland. i wonder if you can reflect and margaret as well, what were the physical experiences you were having and what was the importance ever going to the place by way of informing your story? >> i don't know if anybody seen there is a series on now on called african-american lives? >> yeah. >> and it remindses me so much of my experience and some of the things that were said that rang through for me are things like, if we don't know where we come from we don't know that we are somebody. it's like, the effects of coloni
2-4 for machado. dan otero and sean doolittle warm up for the a's. adam jones is on deck. again, we come to this point. you've got the manager going out there in bob melvin. chris davis is at the plate, first base is open. davis, 0 for 3. what do you do? >> mitch: i said earlier, i ain't pitching to him. you do not have to hit me over the head with a damp moss twice. adam jones, he's got a lot of rbis, too. parker has thrown the ball too well to have it come down to the one guy on that team. this is the guy we're not going to let beat us. >> justin: here's the next question, does parker get to face adam jones or do we go to the bull pen and bring in otero? >> mitch: if it was me with the pitch count where sit right now and the way he's throwing the ball, i don't believe in pitch count, i let parker face him, but i bet he doesn't. >> justin: bob melvin and the dugout staff. i think he's going to go with a right-hander out of the pen. >> mitch: this is one of their young studs on the mound that they're going to be counting on for years to come. >> justin: first and second, one out aft
and kristen and steve and lily and sean and jane; thank you for being apart of this pbs show. and i realize now with all the gay presenters and a lot of you tonight, this could have been on bravo; it easily could have been. different. it's kind of hard to stand on stage and follow all those very, very funny people, you know, to come up after they've spoken. to be honest when they called me and asked who i would like to speak before me i said, "ken burns." that's who i wanted. it would have been easier. thanks to everyone at pbs, i am so happy to be apart of your farewell season; this is wonderful. [audience laughter and applause]. and really, to whoever found all those clips, thank you for sharing them with everyone. what a wonderful trip down memory lane and a little detour down mullet street. that was um. i, of course, want to thank mark twain. is he here tonight? if you see him, thank him. i've never read mark twain, but to be fair he never saw my hbo special; so i guess that's. it's really incredible. when i heard i was going to be getting this award and traveling to our nations capital
are you? hi. i'm fine. what's your name? sean. oh. i'm here shopping for my granddaughter. oh, really? yeah. i went on a cruise, and then we toured africa. yeah. and i ended up with a -- i don't know what, but it itches. [ laughs ] i must have touched something in africa, but i don't know what. [ laughs ] anyway, i guess i should start shopping. okay. [ laughs ] you have a good day. you too. bye-bye. thanks a lot. [ surf music plays ] somebody told me this is a good place to hitchhike. oh, yeah? yeah. i can't seem to be getting anybody to stop. you be careful with that. this is supposed to be the best place in town to hitchhike. yeah? really? oh, i don't know what i'm gonna do. hey, you need a ride? yeah, yeah. i'm going as far as downtown. oh, perfect, perfect! hop on. okay. can i sit in the front? i get motion sickness. sure, sure. let's go! whoo-hoo! i told you this is a good place. [ rock music plays ] hello. hello. how are you? hi. i'm fine. what is it that you're looking for? the bike shop. the bike shop? yeah. let me tell you -- bike rental -- oh, don't listen to him. he doesn'
, thank you for voices like rush and sean and levin, i'm thankful they're out there keeping the republicans in line. but smaller government, lower taxes, smaller government -- >> that is not what they're talking about. and what they're talking about, obama is exactly right. he mentioned, by the way, republicans in the house. the fact is, if they want to shut down the government they will pay a huge price. if they want to default the government and be able to back up our currency, it is right-wingers like you. any time somebody has a reasonable thing to say in the republican party, they run against a tea party conservative -- >> you're calling me an idiot -- >> no, i said -- >> there was a comma. >> rwi. >> one thing that president obama is talking about is the lead-up to this fight and continuing to fund the government. and whether the republicans will fight to de-fund obama care, or i think a lot of them coming around to trying to delay it. it could work in the democrat's favor. >> well, considering president obama has already delayed it or big, bad corporations which he co
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